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Monday, September 11, 2006

Today, Five Years Later

-As you should know, today is the five year commemoration of when those dirt worshipping cowards from the Middle-East threw their "righteous" sucker punch. On September 11th, 2001 I was still in highschool. Needless to say, five years ago I did not understand the magnitude of what had happened. All is clear now. I know what needs to be done. Instead of memorials of sadness being built (or lack-there-of), we should rectify the two towers again to show those animals that we still stand taller and with more honor than ever before. Instead of bartering with the psychopaths that are so bent on destroying us, we should obliterate the threat of ever being attacked again. Instead of closing off the Monticello for Muhammad Khatami to visit, we should never allow people like him to step foot on the great soil of America. Cox and Forkum's cartoon states it the best in this cartoon: never again. The only correct way to honor the fallen is to erase the source of evil that caused it all: islam*.

-In case you're one of those liberal nut-cases that promotes tolerance of religion over the safety of America, I invite you to open your eyes and observe the insidious evil that is islam:

-Look at that woman's face and tell me that the islamic faith is "peaceful". Muslims only answer to their God; they do not value life, they only care about going to heaven to meet their invisible friend. Let's help America out and arrange this meeting as soon as possible.

*For this post and all future posts I will no longer capitalize the word(s) islam, islamic, mohammad, koran, or any other word that is derived out of that book of hate or "submission" because they do not deserve that kind of respect. The only way those words will ever be capitalized by me again is if they follow a period; and I'll still try my best to not see that happen.


  • Very good post....especially considering most young people are blindly liberal (following what the hear in the news and mtv...)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:41 PM  

  • Thank you. Its a shame; hopefully one day they will be able to open their eyes to reality.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 4:44 PM  

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